AegisGuard™ L (Life) Series products
shield 5 Hz. to 30 GHz.,
120 GHz., 360 GHz., and 1.1 THz. radiation frequencies (RF) generated by electrical and wireless products,
power lines, towers, networks and antennas, supporting 1G - 4G-LTE, 5G, Wi-Fi,
Bluetooth, fiber optic, IoE, IoT
shielding applications, their shielding effectiveness
between 99.993% to 99.998% measured
at the RF contact points of shielded surfaces for real-world
extended time periods.
All AegisGuard™ products
deflect, or reflect, RF (radiation frequencies) at an opposite
angle from the originating source. AegisGuard™ LL, LP and LS
shielding compounds incorporate an enhanced technology
providing diffused RF deflection upon surface contact. This
important safety feature breaks down, or scatters, deflected frequencies from shielded surfaces, eliminating exposure risks to individuals in their path
when outdoors, in homes, offices, classrooms,
offices, hospitals, etc.
The shielding compounds feature frequency specific,
oscillating shielding protection, and are
chemically inert, non-absorbent, do not contain metal, or require
grounding. Manufactured using
natural and synthetically produced minute materials of varying
dimensions, weights and densities, they are micro-encapsulated with
materials serving as a transfer medium to surfaces, where they
expand on contact:
AegisGuard™ LL: Micro-encapsulated
with sodium bicarbonate, it is
fragrance free, hypoallergenic and contains no harmful
ingredients. No health risk or adverse reactions have been
Micro-encapsulated in an unscented liquid derived from
natural plant oils, and blended with
resins and solvents
commonly used in latex, and acrylic latex primers and paints.
Safety cautions appearing on the can of primer or paint selected
by the user must be followed.
No adverse reaction or effect have been reported after surface
Micro-encapsulated in an unscented liquid derived from natural
plant oils, it is fragrance free,
hypoallergenic and contains no harmful ingredients. No health
risk or adverse reactions have been reported.|
The shielding compounds
effective below 100 Hz., including those generated by the human body, electrical
products and power lines operating in the 50 - 60 Hz. frequency range.
They always remain fixed in place,
RF up to the maximum AegisGuard™ model's supported
away from shielded surfaces.
compounds effective above 100 Hz. also remain fixed in place, until
identical transmit and receive frequencies are present on both sides of a shielded
surface, such as when using a cell phone. When this occurs, the frequency
specific compounds immediately begin
oscillating at the point of contact to permit communication
without delays, while protecting the part of the body near, or touching
the phone, continuing to do so until the identical frequencies are no longer present.
This significant benefit enables users to limit their RF exposure
according to the wireless products and networks they want to use,
and are present in their environment.
recognition is required for most wireless products and networks to
communicate securely with each other, and it is accomplished with a
unique subscriber, network, carrier, or other individual
device recognition identifier embedded in an integrated circuit or card (SIM
card) located inside the product. Without this capability, handheld products, smart homes, personal (AI, electronic, virtual
assistants), GPS, IoT, self-driving cars, 5G, the Cloud and emerging
communication technologies could not exist.
L (Life) Series technology applies RF wireless
shielding effectiveness is best understood
by comparing it to discriminatory and non-discriminatory
technologies in products most people are familiar with, and
reviewing common examples of their benefits:
Radios and televisions receive wireless broadcasts when their
selector) is set to a specific frequency
assigned to the broadcaster by a regulatory agency, such
as the FCC. These types of products do
not have transmission capability.
Most wireless products and networks have
a receiver and transmitter, and communicate using an internal radio system
operating over a frequency range assigned to the
carrier. Some operate over a fixed frequency, but
most use spread
spectrum pulsed frequency modulation (PFM) technologies, rapidly switching
frequencies during device to device sessions and referred
to as pulses, or hops. They are measured as the number
per second, which increases exponentially as new
technologies (3G, 4G, 5G, etc.) are introduced. Current
generation cell phones exceed 1,600 hops per second.
are defined as discriminatory products because identical transmitting and receiving frequencies
are necessary for products and networks to communicate
with each other.
AegisGuard™ L (Life) Series
products provide 99.993% to 99.998% RF shielding
effectiveness for all discriminatory product and network
frequencies between 5 Hz. to 1.1 THz., regardless of the
number of hops per second.
scanners, short wave sweepers, measurement meters, etc., scan for incoming RF
transmissions, or fields, from any source within their
specification range. They discontinue scanning when an
occurrence is present, and some models continue scanning
for additional occurrences when the previous one ceases.
These types of products do not have transmission
being referred to as RF meters, most do not
measure RF, which can be determined by examining their
display or specifications. Instead, they measure
measurement expressed as Watts,
expressed as mG (milligauss)
or T (Tesla), and voltage fields expressed as
and apps, are
defined as non-discriminatory
because their receivers search for, and accept, any
their range, regardless of the source. When this occurs,
AegisGuard™ L (Life) Series shielding compounds oscillate as
they do with
discriminatory products due to
the presence of identical frequencies on both sides of a shielded
the daily shielding benefits derived by users of
LS Radiation Shields:
|You are at work
having a conversation on an
cell phone held against
your head. Speech is received and transmitted through the back
of the phone facing away from you, and frequencies from the
front are deflected away from your head.
The company has a wireless LAN and
your AegisGuard™ LL
shielded clothing deflects airborne RF generated by the LAN, and other
frequency emissions present in the company, from the covered
areas of your body.|
|You are in a vehicle, or
walking outdoors, and see power lines and wireless
antennas nearby and at a distance. The airborne frequencies are
deflected away from areas of your body protected by the shielded
clothing, just as they were at work.|
|You are at home, where the
interior side of exterior doors, walls, trim, and ceilings are
AegisGuard™ LP, and the interior side of the windows and
a skylight are shielded with AegisGuard™ LS.
The wireless products you own continue functioning as expected, and undesired frequencies generated by power lines, transformers,
wireless networks, antennas,
smart meters, your neighbor's wireless network, etc., are
safely deflected away from your home.|
By 2020, 5G
carrier network operating frequencies will be up to 300 GHz, and
increase to 600 GHz a few years later. Carrier fiber
optic network split feed operating frequencies are 180 GHz.
(165nm) to 360 GHz. (565nm), and their fiber core station
primary circuits operate in the THz. range.
generation 6G networks up to 1
THz. are being developed, and likely to become available in
the mid to late 2020's.
worthwhile to watch an IEEE produced a 5G and IoT
(6: 14 and a new window will open) praising the
benefits, but not addressing the potential health risks.